because we need revenue, we need to support these programs. as richard said, the public clearly wants, wants medicare, wants medicaid. we have to find the money for it. where will we find the money? we should ask the wealthy to pay a little more like they did during the clinton era. that, i think, is a very clear message from this election. >> i often felt, maya, if it was a mandate at all, it was to fix voting. one wft things we heard is early on, there was enthusiasm gap and the part of what closed that enthusiasm gap were the voter suppression efforts themselves. people saying wait a minute, like or dislike the president, you are not going to take away my ability and right to vote. do you think that there is room here for the president to swiftly move forward on changing the way that we vote in this country? >> it's a really important question, melissa. i can't agree with you more. i think this election when we look at it was highly polarized. it shows the nation itself is highly polarized. it's polarized across race.